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ranged that the power of expansion was not sufficient to extend the distance between them, whereas No. 10 had sand ends to compose the mould, which ;j;ave lull freedom for expansion, the. same its in all other tests displayed in Fi^'s. 74 and 75- The fact that hard
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^rad</s of iron expand more than soft ones, and the fart that retarding expansion j^ivt'S rise to a. ^»;reater contraction than where free expansion is permitted, arc important as suj^vstinx' for works making sueh spt4-cialticsas chilled rolls, ear-wheels, etc,, in which heavyn-ill>' the .lulls i<»i itttc side xvei rotated as d«.:st.:t ihed on pa^es ,u •„ ,i j and ;i,nds pe!' (on of iron, or a ratio of 7.7 iron to i coke, in onler to deliver the melted iron in the same condition as on an ordinary day. In other words, an additional fuel consumption <>!' a little over 3,h per cent, is needed under the above conditions......................    3,658 units                            £